Welcome to The Sustainable Artist!

Hello and welcome to The Sustainable Artist! We are so glad you are here.

The Sustainable Artist is a blog for people who love our planet, love art, and who care about sustainability, community, and self-improvement. We began in late 2023 by opening the Sage Leaf Studio with the mission to make a positive impact on nature conservation around the world through inspirational art that uses eco-friendly materials, raises awareness of sustainable art practices, and supports non-profit conservation organizations. We also want to positively impact and inspire those around us to do the same. As Helen Keller once said:  Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much. We hope to share our thinking, planning, learning, and processes with you here to expedite shared learning and progress. 

In this blog, we will dive into:


  • love for our shared home (aka Earth),
  • the value of art in our lives,
  • why sustainability is important,
  • how to create nature-inspired art,
  • how to reduce your footprint and create eco-friendly art,
  • how to source eco-friendly and healthy art,
  • how to make an eco-friendly business,
  • how to grow your positive impact,
  • and much more!

If any of this sounds interesting to you, you belong here! Welcome to our growing community! We hope that you find more valuable information in the blog posts to come. If you want to be kept in the loop about new posts, studio news, and creative inspiration, subscribe to our newsletter below. For new art and art in progress, check out our Instagram (@sage_leaf_studio)! Also, as is true for everything in life, we are always looking to learn and improve. We welcome your feedback. Don't hesitate to send us a direct message on Instagram (@sage_leaf_studio) or email at hello@thesageleafstudio.com. And please, PLEASE share questions or topics that you're interested in and would like to hear more about!

Lastly, keep an eye out for a post on why the word SAGE is so important to us. 

Thank you and have a sage day!

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